Perfect Pairings :: Alice Peterson + Ragged Robyn + Grubbi Ceramics

I have a tendency to over complicate my designs. I am often guilty of the ‘just one more’ school of thought on beading design. So it is always refreshing to me when I see a design that is decidedly uncomplicated. I love the simplicity of this design. The arrow shape of the beads. The spaces giving them a chance to ‘breathe,’ to be treasured individually and collectively without a lot of ‘noise.’ This necklace is a very wearable piece of art and I like that.

Featured Designer :: Alice Peterson
Featured Bead Artist :: Ragged Robyn + Grubbi Ceramics

a friendly reminder… We have a slightly new format for uploading your
pictures for consideration for the Perfect Pairings each Wednesday, as
well as the Monthly Challenge Recap post.  
We are now using Pinterest! You can find more details in this post about the exciting new changes, including a board devoted to art beads inspired by the monthly challenge!
(Ooh! Look! More pretty beads to lust after!)
Pretty please make sure that
you post a link in your Pinterest description so that I have someplace
to attribute the picture to! And don’t forget to tell us about those art
Deadline to get your pictures posted to the Pinterest boards for the creation of the
Monthly Challenge Recap post is August 28th
TIP: If you upload your photo to pin it rather than pin it from your blog or shop, edit the pin (the little pencil button) and add your link as the source. Save your edits. This will allow us to click directly on your photo and go to your blog or shop to read more about your entry. 

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4 Comment

  1. Alice
    August 26, 2015 at 3:51 pm

    Thank you Erin for featuring my necklace. I am thrilled But the beads are the stars.Thanks for making my day.

  2. TesoriTrovati
    August 26, 2015 at 3:55 pm

    That is why you make a Perfect Pairing! 😉

  3. Kathy Lindemer
    August 26, 2015 at 9:53 pm

    I agree it is a great necklace!

  4. Ann Schroeder
    August 29, 2015 at 5:26 pm

    Beautiful – the beads and the simplicity of the design. Well done!

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